Joan Mir’s 2020 title was the first for a Suzuki rider since 2000 and Kenny Roberts Jr. The team adapted to the 2020 Michelin tyres best after a difficult start to the season to take the team’s championship for a title double.
No confirmation has been made yet by Alpine over his prospective role and other senior position changes.
“Achieving a MotoGP title is something that will remain in the Suzuki history books and it will always have a special place in my life memories,” Brivio continued. “I would like to deeply thank all the Suzuki management for their trust and confidence in me, which they had since the beginning.
“I would like to thank every single member of our MotoGP group in Japan and at the track, all the Suzuki network, and of course all the riders who rode for the Team in this period, especially Joan and Alex who did a great 2020 season.
“Joan becoming World Champion was a dream come true for me and for all the people who worked hard and accompanied me on this magnificent journey. I wish the best to Team Suzuki MotoGP, I hope that the results in the future will be better and better and I will always be a Suzuki fan. Thanks very much Suzuki!”